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To get up/stand up in Russian 🇷🇺

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to get up/stand up встать
How to say “to get up/stand up” in Russian? “Встать”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “встать” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to get up/stand up in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
"Встать" (vstat') sounds like "stand" with a 'v' at the beginning. This can help you associate the Russian "встать" with the English "stand."

– "Встать" is a perfective verb in Russian, which means it refers to a completed action (to stand up, to get up).
– The imperfective form is "встава́ть" (vstavát’), which refers to the ongoing or repeated action (to be getting up, to get up regularly).

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Подня́ться (podnyat'sya) – to rise, ascend.
– Встава́ть (vstavát’) – the imperfective form of "встать" (to be getting up).

Different conjugations:
Since "встать" is perfective, it doesn't have present tense conjugation.
– Infinitive: встать (vstat')
– Past Tense:
– Masculine: встал (vstal)
– Feminine: встала (vstala)
– Neuter: встало (vstalo)
– Plural: встали (vstali)
– Future Tense:
– Я встану (ya vstanu) – I will get up
– Ты встанешь (ty vstaneš') – You will get up
– Он/Она/Оно встанет (on/ona/ono vstánet) – He/She/It will get up
– Мы встанем (my vstánem) – We will get up
– Вы встанете (vy vstánete) – You (plural/formal) will get up
– Они встанут (oni vstánut) – They will get up

Examples of sentences using "встать":
1. Я встану в семь утра. (Ya vstanu v sem' utra.) – I will get up at seven in the morning.
2. Он уже встал. (On uže vstal.) – He has already gotten up.
3. Когда ты встанешь? (Kogda ty vstaneš'?) – When will you get up?
4. Мы встанем завтра пораньше. (My vstánem zavtra porán'še.) – We will get up earlier tomorrow.
5. Они встали и ушли. (Oni vstáli i ušli.) – They got up and left.

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